Big things are in the pipeline for Sydney based designer Stephanie Cherrington who launched her newest couture capsule collection, opened her Petersham-based boutique and ran a sophisticated atelier all last week. The burgeoning fashion label, named Sant Elia, was supported by La Biosthetique, with models donning the high-fashion designs styled by Mandy Kingsman and F.A.M.E. team member Nathan Cherrington.
Mandy and Nathan styled fresh bridal-style looks, creating tousled waves and loose chignons unified in their modern texture. One look was adorned by a Frida Kahlo inspired flower headpiece that appeared intertwined into the two symmetrical braids down the side of the model’s head. Meanwhile, beauty looks were achieved by La Biosthetique makeup artist Rebecca Socal, of the brand’s flagship salon Bauhaus. The three looks were made to complement ornate, pristine white designs from the new Pietra Di Luna couture collection.
“As the name suggests, the collection featured extensive references to the glittering moonstone. Working with various embellishments to capture the luminosity of the gemstone with pearl encrusted capes, hand beaded lace appliqués and heavily clustered beaded bodices,” said Matt Jordan, Sant Elia’s PR spokesperson.
The designs provided a feature of the elegant evening, which also offered delicate floral decorations and a decadent buffet, all in a rustic wonderland aesthetic that paid tribute to fine Italian craftsmanship.
Another nod to high fashion, luxury and decadence for La Biosthetique. We’re not surprised.
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